Friday, 26 May 2017

Janet Muir Gaff and World War I Bibliography

 Link to Essay - Janet Muir Garr and World War I

Australia. Army, ‘No. 2 Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Southall Middlesex’, [London: The Qualis Photo Co., 1919?], Accessed 8 April 2017.
Australia. Army, Souvenir of the No. 3 Australian Auxiliary Hospital (Orchard Military Hospital) Dartford, Kent’ part of  AIF Unit War Diaries 1914-1918 War, ‘No 3 Australian Auxiliary Hospital’ Dartford’, August 1918,, Accessed 8 April 2017.
Australian War Memorial, AIF Unit War Diaries 1914-1918 War, ‘No 3 Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Dartford’,, Accessed 5 April 2015.
Bassett, Jan, Guns and Brooches: Australian Army Nursing from the Boer War to the Gulf War, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Butler, A G, The Official History of the Australian Army Medical Services in the War 1914-1918, Canberra, Australian War Memorial, 1943, Vol. 3.
Brennan, John, One Hundred Years of Tender Loving Care 1891-1991: The History of the  Warracknabeal District Hospital Inc., Warracknabeal, North West Press, 1991
‘California, Death Index, 1905-1939’, Ancestry, Accessed 20 March 2017.
Cooke, Steven, The Sweetland Project: Remembering Gallipoli in the Shire of Nunawading, North Melbourne, Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2015.
Harris, Kirsty, More than Bombs and Bandages: Australian Army Nurses at Work in World War I, Newport, Big Sky Publishing, 2011.
Intimations: The Watt Library of Family History Notices 1800-1918, ‘Births, Deaths and Marriages Index: Letter G Surnames’,, Accessed 20 March 2017.
Looking for Evidence, ‘Sea Transport Service – 4th Sea Transport Section (Victoria)’,, Accessed 5 April 2017
Murphy’s War, ‘WWI Troopships: Journeys across the Indian Ocean’,, Accessed 5 April 2017.
No. 5 A.G.H.: A Magazine Published by the Patients and Staff of No. 5 Australian General Hospital St Kilda Road Melbourne.
Pocock, Mary Ann, Matron Bessie Pocock: The Great War 1914-1918, Vol. 4,
‘Scotland Births and Baptisms 1564-1950’, Family Search, Accessed 20 March 2017.
Service Records, B2455, National Archives of Australia.
Tregarthen, Greville, Sea Transport of the A.I.F., [Melbourne], Naval Transport Board, [nd],,  Accessed 5 April 2017.
‘Unassisted Passenger Lists (1852-1923)’ Record Series Number (VPRS): 947, Public Records Office of Victoria.
‘1891 Scotland Census,’ Ancestry, Accessed 20 March 2017.
‘1920 United States Federal Census’, Ancestry, Accessed 20 March 2017.

Also articles from the following Newspapers
Ararat Chronicle and Willaura and Lake Bolac Districts Recorder.
 Box Hill Reporter.
Warracknabeal Herald.

See also Nursing in World War I - article in Reading and other pursuits blog

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